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  • SAVAGERY Index: Rudy Gobert trolls Isaiah Thomas, Marshawn Lynch sidesteps national anthem question

    Directly or indirectly, Rudy Gobert has been more than willing to share his feelings about this wild NBA offseason. Welcome to the Yahoo Sports SAVAGERY Index, wherein we compile the burns, disses and slights from all over the sports spectrum and rate them with an easy-to-follow scale from Tim Duncan (milquetoast and inoffensive, almost to a fault) to Conor McGregor (ABSOLUTELY SAVAGE). In a blockbuster trade, Kyrie Irving is headed to the Boston Celtics for a package including Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder and the Brooklyn Nets’ 2018 pick. With Thomas now on his way to Cleveland, Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert couldn’t help but troll Thomas with a nod to great NBA emoji war of summer 2017.
    24 Aug @ 1AM

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  • Spurs sign undrafted former Virginia guard London Perrantes

    SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- The San Antonio Spurs have signed guard London Perrantes. Terms of the deal weren't disclosed Wednesday The 22-year-old Perrantes wasn't drafted out of Virginia this year but made summer league appearances for the Miami Heat in Las
    24 Aug @ 12AM

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  • NBA: LeBron James Was Asked About New York Knicks Move, And He Failed to Deny It

    LeBron James failed to take the opportunity to deny that he would move from the Cavaliers to the Knicks next summer, according to reports. Speculation over the possibility of James leaving Cleveland next summer, when he can opt out of his contract, has grown over the past few months. After losing the NBA Finals 4-1 to Golden State Warriors, losing General Manager David Griffin and possibly teammate Kyrie Irving, James is said to be unsettled in Cleveland.
    22 Aug @ 4PM

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  • NBA: LeBron James Was Asked About New York Knicks Move, And He Failed to Deny It

    LeBron James failed to take the opportunity to deny that he would move from the Cavaliers to the Knicks next summer, according to reports. Speculation over the possibility of James leaving Cleveland next summer, when he can opt out of his contract, has grown over the past few months. After losing the NBA Finals 4-1 to Golden State Warriors, losing General Manager David Griffin and possibly teammate Kyrie Irving, James is said to be unsettled in Cleveland.
    22 Aug @ 1PM

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  • LeBron James was asked about a potential move to the Knicks, and he didn't deny it

    LeBron James failed to take the opportunity to deny that he would move from the Cavaliers to the Knicks next summer, according to reports. Speculation over the possibility of James leaving Cleveland next summer, when he can opt out of his contract, has grown over the past few months. After losing the NBA Finals 4-1 to Golden State Warriors, losing General Manager David Griffin and possibly teammate Kyrie Irving, James is said to be unsettled in Cleveland. A move to the Lakers has been suggested; a return to Miami Heat, too. But Clippers star Blake Griffin had a dfferent take, saying he doesn’t expect James to be heading for L.A. next summer, but could see him wearing a Knicks jersey in 2018.
    22 Aug @ 12PM

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  • If the Bulls buy out Dwyane Wade, the Heat seem like they'd welcome him back

    Quietly, you can bet Bulls' front office executives John Paxson and Gar Forman had a little celebration after hearing that prep star Marvin Bagley III was going to graduate from high school early and enroll at Duke for the 2017-18 season, making him eligible for the 2018 draft. Bagley, a 6'11 power forward from Los Angeles, is being compared to longtime NBA star Chris Bosh, right down to his smooth left-handed shooting touch. Bagley averaged 24.6 points, 10.1 rebounds and two blocked shots during his junior season for Sierra Canyon H.S. He's also fared well against NBA competition at the highly-regarded Drew League in L.A. this summer. Bagley’s physical tools are off the charts, and you can count on Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski preparing him well for life in the NBA.
    20 Aug @ 10PM

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  • Watch LeBron James Jr. throw alley-oops to Hassan Whiteside

    LeBron James Jr. is just 12 years old but he is already great at throwing alley-oop passes to professional basketball players. In videos posted to social media this weekend, James Jr. could be seen throwing lobs to Miami Heat big man Hassan Whiteside with relative ease. The college recruitment of this kid is already pretty ridiculous, and no doubt it will be even more so as he gets deeper into middle school and high school.
    14 Aug @ 3AM

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  • NBA confirms two Mexico City games; Nets, Heat, Thunder headed south

    The annual NBA regular season games played in London are disruptive — those teams play one game in a week with a lot of rest on either side to deal with travel and jet lag. The annual games in Mexico City present no such problem — a flight from New York to Mexico City is shorter than one to Los Angeles. The NBA announced it is returning to Mexico City for two games in December – the Brooklyn Nets will face the Oklahoma City Thunder on Dec. 7, and then will face the Miami Heat, Dec. 9.
    10 Aug @ 3PM

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  • Nets to face Thunder, Heat in Mexico City

    The Brooklyn Nets will 'host' the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Miami Heat in Mexico City, the NBA announced on Wednesday. Two regular-season games will take place in the Mexican capital later this year, with the Nets facing reigning MVP Russell Westbrook and the Thunder on December 7 and then battling the Heat on December 9. "These games will be our 25th and 26th in Mexico, the most played in any country outside of the United States and Canada," NBA commissioner Adam Silver said.
    9 Aug @ 11PM

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  • Nets to face Thunder, Heat in Mexico City next season

    NBA Most Valuable Player Russell Westbrook, and Chinese-American playmaker Jeremy Lin will be featured in two regular-season games to be played in Mexico City next season, the league announced Wednesday. Marking the 25th anniversary of the first NBA game played in Mexico, the league will send the Brooklyn Nets to Mexico City Arena for games against Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder on December 7 and two nights later against the Miami Heat.
    9 Aug @ 9PM

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